I decided to restyle my pricing panels this weekend. I wasn’t happy with their layout. They were rendered using an unordered list and heading styles. I decided to use a definition list instead and am very pleased with the results. Each pricing panel now has a border around it, the package name is the definition […]
The debate over time-based rather than project-based billing practices among web designers and developers has been brewing since the first version of Adobe Photoshop shipped. And it won’t likely go away any time soon. The bottom line is you work (if you are employed by a design firm) within your firm’s practices or (if you […]
Often, the contact page is one of the most ignored parts of a site. It’s thrown up sometimes almost as an afterthought. But it’s the one way prospective clients and customers. It’s your best foot. Put it forward. Aspects to consider when designing your contact page is your audience. Why are they visiting your site? […]
If there’s one thing a modern-day minister knows it’s how to reach out to his flock. And what better way then the Internet? A solid web presence, lots of social media interaction, books, tapes, DVDs, all these are what each of these sites has in common, along with some nice design work.
Please, please, for the love of god and the mother of dragons, stop putting a home.php page in your theme if you do not understand what it does and what it’s for. Further, just because you can do something doesn’t always mean you should. I am sick of seeing premium themes with a million, billion, […]
I don’t know about you but I’d rather be indoors, under the ceiling fan drinking iced tea, eating gelato and working on your web design project than outside mowing my yard or something. So we are running a summer special on all our web design and development services: 10% off the total cost of your […]